Community boost

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Perth Airport is committed to supporting the communities in which we operate, particularly through our Community Boost program. 

Twice a year, the Community Boost program invites charities and not-for-profit groups, located in close proximity to Perth Airport, to apply for a grant of up to $1,000 through our online form.

Submissions for Round 2 have now closed. Keep an eye out for our next round, opening early 2019.

See the list of successful applicants from round 1 here.

Who can apply?

Charities and not-for-profit groups in the following areas are eligible to apply for a Community Boost grant:

Map showing areas of eligibility for Perth Airport Community Boost grant

Ashfield
Bassendean
Eden Hill

Bayswater
Bedford
Embleton
Maylands

Ascot
Belmont
Cloverdale
Kewdale
Redcliffe
Rivervale

Bentley
Canning Vale
Cannington
East Cannington
Ferndale
Leeming
Lynwood
Parkwood
Queens Park
Riverton
Rossmoyne
Shelley
St James
Welshpool
Willetton
Wilson

Beckenham
Canning Vale
Gosnells
Huntingdale
Kenwick
Langford
Maddington
Martin
Orange Grove
Southern River

Bickley
Canning Mills
Carmel
Forrestfield
Gooseberry Hill
Hacketts Gully
High Wycombe
Kalamunda
Lesmurdie
Maida Vale
Paulls Valley
Pickering Brook
Piesse Brook
Walliston
Wattle Grove

Greenmount
Thornlie
Hovea
Helena Valley

Aveley
Ballajura
Baskerville
Beechboro
Belhus
Bellevue
Bennett Springs
Brabham
Brigadoon
Bullsbrook
Caversham
Cullacabardee
Dayton
Ellenbrook
Gidgegannup
Guildford
Hazelmere
Henley Brook
Herne Hill
Jane Brook
Kiara
Koongamia
Lexia
Lockridge
Malaga
Melaleuca
Middle Swan
Midland
Midvale
Millendon
Noranda
Red Hill
South Guildford
Stratton
Swan View
The Vines
Upper Swan
Viveash
West Swan
Whiteman
Woodbridge

Key areas of support

All applications must also align with at least one of Perth Airport’s key areas of support which include:

  • Youth – education, skills attainment, self-development and high achievement.
  • Community – activities such as arts and cultural events that benefit a significant number of members in the communities in which Perth Airport operates.
  • Environment – projects that engage local community groups or schools and seek to maintain, enhance and protect local environments in which Perth Airport operates, including community-based conservation and rehabilitation programs.
  • Indigenous – projects that preserve and celebrate the culture of indigenous groups with a focus on the Noongar people connected to airport land.
  • Tourism – activities that build and promote tourism to the communities in which Perth Airport operates.
  • Sport – Projects or events run by groups within the communities that surround Perth Airport.

How do I apply?

Round 2 applications have now closed. Our next round will open early 2019. 

Please note that successful organisations cannot reapply for consecutive rounds of Community Boost funding.

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For enquiries regarding Perth Airport's Community Boost program, please email [email protected].